In a world of one-hit-wonders, Peppermint Creeps stand the test of time. Where most bands only last as long as they feel relevant, Peppermint Creeps
march on as the "hardest promoting band on the planet" doing it for the fans before anything else. Whether people care or not, Peppermint Creeps spread
their message regardless of what critics and skeptics think.
Since 1997, Peppermint Creeps have been infiltrating clubs everywhere. Combining their capacity Hollywood shows, Traci Michaelz's "Club Paranormal" &
“Glamageddon”, 5 self-financed American tours and 1 European tour to Italy & France. Peppermint Creeps have proven themselves a force to be reckoned with.
With the support of such industry giants such as Randy Castillo (The Motels, Lita Ford, Ozzy Osbourne and Motley Crue), Phil Soussan
(Ozzy Osbourne, Beggars and Theives, Vince Neil and John Waite), Slash (Guns 'n' Roses and Slash's Snakepit) just to name a few, Peppermint Creeps
have been a staple in the L.A. music scene.
Traci Michaelz (drums-vocals), Macy Malone (vocals-guitars) and Billy Blade (bass-vocals), the band members, have all been playing live since their late teens and continue to do so today.
Even between touring breaks and recording sessions, Peppermint Creeps still make time to do shows to keep their fans content.
Peppermint Creeps have recorded 5 albums.
The first (EP) entitled "Cre.E.P.show", recorded in 1998, was produced by Phil Soussan and Randy Castillo and features the keyboard stylings of ex- Guns 'n' Roses member Teddy "Zig-Zag" Andreadas.
The second full length album entitled "Animatron X", recorded in 2002, was considered their debut recording.
The third full length album entitled “We R The Weirdoz”, recorded in 2005, was the first concept album.
The fourth was a tribute album entitled “Cover Up”, recorded in 2007, which was signed to Cleopatra Records.
The fifth full length album entitled "In Hell", recorded in 2009, features Traci's last drum tracks.
All recorded by Macy Malone, the bands singer/guitarist and co-produced of the band.
Sales of all soar as the months go on. The band can barely keep up with orders.
Will Peppermint Creeps last? As long as there are kids who want them around, they will be around, 10 months or 10 years down the road. Kids are kids.
They like what they like. If the kids are the future, then the future is Peppermint Creeps!